DAGOBERTO RODRÍGUEZ: OMENS OF THE FUTURE

Dagoberto Rodríguez (1969, Caibarién, Cuba) presents Planeta de Cristal (Crystal Planet), his first solo exhibition in Miami, recently opened to the public. It collects part of his production from 2020 and confirms the vitality that his already long and successful career preserves, which, with notable international recognition, has spanned the past three decades. The artist was first part, until very recently, of the Los Carpinteros collective, and then, since 2017, he works and exhibits on his own.

By José Antonio Navarrete

DAGOBERTO RODRÍGUEZ: OMENS OF THE FUTURE

"Where is my mind?", 2021, Nuria Mora. Ph: Cortesía de la Casa Encendida.

Within the framework of the MadBlue festival and quoting the Pixies' song, the artist from Madrid intervenes in the Casa Encendida with thirteen paintings that reproduce the phrase Where is my mind? in nautical alphabet.

MADRID: NURIA MORA INTERVENES ON THE CASA ENCENDIDA'S FAÇADE

GABRIELA RANGEL CLOSES HER CYCLE AS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR AT MALBA FROM JUNE 2021

Two years after the announcement of her appointment, the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires reports that Gabriela Rangel will leave her position as Artistic Director of the museum as of June, in the framework of an unprecedented international crisis marked by the pandemic.

GABRIELA RANGEL CLOSES HER CYCLE AS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR AT MALBA FROM JUNE 2021

"Life", exhibition view. Ph: Mark Niedermann.

Olafur Eliasson presents site-specific installation Life at the Beyeler Foundation. Conceived to reflect on the relationship between culture and nature, the artwork is one of the artist's most daring pieces.

OLAFUR ELIASSON: "LIFE", AN INSTINCTIVE EXPERIENCE AT THE BEYELER FOUNDATION

PINTA ART PRESENTS A NEW EDITION OF OPENFILE WITH JOSÉ CASTIELLA

The Pinta Group, directed by Diego Costa Peuser, and their respective fairs, both Pinta Miami and BAphoto, introduced a series of videos in which the artists presented their works. This time, the Madrid-based artista represented by the Ponce+Robles gallery talks about his painting and artistic endeavor.

PINTA ART PRESENTS A NEW EDITION OF OPENFILE WITH JOSÉ CASTIELLA

Sofía Urbina, retrato.

The founder and director of Art Advisory Services, Sofía Urbina, launches an intensive course to learn about contemporary art and its market, and the investment possibilities offered by the art industry today.

SOFÍA URBINA | STUDING THE CONTEMPORARY ART MARKET FROM WHITHIN

El barón Thyssen-Bornemisza en Madrid durante el traslado de la colección. Ph: cortesía Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza

As part of the centenary birth of Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza, the museum of the same name in Madrid is inaugurating a series of exhibitions in his honour. Free admission until 18 April.

THYSSEN-BORNEMISZA NATIONAL MUSEUM: A TRIBUTE TO THE 100TH BIRTHDAY OF ITS FOUNDER

ART, NATURE AND TECHNOLOGY - "INTANGIBLE: MEMORY OF A FOREST" IN +ARTE GALLERY

Alexandra Trujillo amalgamates technology, nature, art and communication to assemble an immersive artistic experience that is no longer located within the walls of a gallery, but in the Amazon forest. The exhibition includes works in photography, textile installation, video-performance, lighting installation and interactive installation. In this way, the subject of communication becomes a medium itself, allowing the work-viewer relationship to become diaphanous.

ART, NATURE AND TECHNOLOGY - "INTANGIBLE: MEMORY OF A FOREST" IN +ARTE GALLERY

EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE IN NEO POST: 50 YEARS OF GEOMETRIC PAINTING IN ARGENTINA, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA)

The history of art for the last fifty years has yet to be written. But the NEO POST exhibition, 50 years of geometric painting in Argentina 1970-2020, is a good approach to a fundamental chapter of Argentine art, at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Buenos Aires (MACBA). The set of more than 80 artists selected by the curator Rodrigo Alonso reveals trends, nuances, affinities and differences between diverse creators, both historical ones such as Marcelo Bonevardi, Roberto Aizenberg, Kasuya Sakai and María Martorell, and artists in full activity such as Ernesto Ballesteros, Marta Minujín and Pablo Siquier. As a sign of these times, the artist's subjectivity appears, in all its freedom, open to other materialities and forms. It is no longer necessary to react rationally to the illusion, fiction and drama of figurative art. Everything is possible.

By María Paula Zacharías

EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE IN NEO POST: 50 YEARS OF GEOMETRIC PAINTING IN ARGENTINA, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA)

BETWEEN BEAUTY AND BEWILDERMENT, THE MENIL COLLECTION PRESENTS ALLORA & CALZADILLA: SPECTERS OF NOON

For centuries, noon has been considered a most forbidding hour, the time when shadows shorten and specters emerge. Regarding this theme, the exhibition features seven large-scale works by internationally acclaimed artists Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, conceived during a four-year collaboration with the museum.

BETWEEN BEAUTY AND BEWILDERMENT, THE MENIL COLLECTION PRESENTS ALLORA & CALZADILLA: SPECTERS OF NOON

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25 ARTISTS WHO OPPOSED THEIR IMAGINATION TO CONFINEMENT IN 2020

An ancient oriental tale tells, with multiple variants, the story of a painter who, having been imprisoned by an arbitrary power, devoted himself to painting a detailed landscape on the prison walls. Day after day the jailers observed the futility of his efforts. But the night he finished it, while everyone was sleeping, the imprisoned artist entered the landscape and was lost in it. Another version says that he painted a door through which he escaped along with other inmates. Spaced Out: Time is Art, curated by Adriana Herrera at the Art Factory Project gallery, brings together a group of paintings, photographs, collages, sculptures and other three-dimensional works created during the pandemic by 21 artists of various nationalities ad based in Miami. The dialogue between multiple visions that configure different exit doors reaffirms the possibility of contrasting the freedom of artistic imagination with the oppressive atmosphere of the present.

25 ARTISTS WHO OPPOSED THEIR IMAGINATION TO CONFINEMENT IN 2020

Retrato de Chema Madoz. Ph: ©Ceniza, cortesía de Galería Elvira González.

The Galería Elvira González presents a solo exhibition by the Spanish artist Chema Madoz: games to understand objects, visual aphorisms to interpret the world of things.

CHEMA MADOZ AND A SERIES OF RECENT PHOTOGRAPHS ON OBJECTS

ABRIR GALLERY PRESENTS " JAMAS SU TRONCO ENDEREZA " AND "TODAY IS OUR TOMORROW"

The exhibitions, by the artists Alexandra Colmenares and Rocío Gomez, are held online and include works in audio, video, digital art, photography and painting. Creating a stage that enfolds the viewer, the screen that separates them ceases to be a window and becomes a connecting channel.

By Mercedes Abella

ABRIR GALLERY PRESENTS " JAMAS SU TRONCO ENDEREZA " AND "TODAY IS OUR TOMORROW"

Ph: cortesía Estampa.

The twenty-eighth edition of the contemporary art fair Estampa opened yesterday and is the centre of attention of the Spanish cultural scene and market: new chapter post-pandemic?

ESTAMPA 2021: A REASON TO BELIEVE IN THE RETURN OF THE TRADE FAIRS

ARMAN: THE CREATING FUROR OF THE NEW REALISM IN MIAMI

Arman. Conceptual Perception, the first solo exhibition in Miami by the legendary French-American artist co-founder of the “Nouveau Réalisme” (New Realism), is the result of an applause-worthy collusion between the Ascaso gallery and Corice Canton, widow and trustee of the Arman Marital Trust and its vast legacy.

By Adriana Herrera

ARMAN: THE CREATING FUROR OF THE NEW REALISM IN MIAMI

OFF THE RECORD – CARLOS MOTTA AT THE GUGGENHEIM NEW YORK

The Colombian artist (Bogota, 1978), of international renown, participates in the group exhibition “Off the Record” held at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan.

OFF THE RECORD – CARLOS MOTTA AT THE GUGGENHEIM NEW YORK

"War Games", Lida Abdul. Ph: Es Baluard Museu courtesy.

Es Baluard Museu d'Art Contemporani de Palma inaugurated a group exhibition that reflects on the notions of frontier and defence. The work of artists such as Tommaso Realfonso and Master of the Conquest of Mallorca dialogue with the work of contemporary artists such as Antoni Muntadas (Barcelona 1942), Mounir Fatmi (Tangier, 1970), the duo Mª Jesús González Fernández (Valencia, 1978) and Patricia Gómez Villaescusa (Valencia, 1978), and Petrit Halilaj (Kosovo, 1986).

BORDERS YESTERDAY AND TODAY. ES BALUARD MUSEU INVITES SPECTATORS TO REFLECT AROUND ITS FOUNDATIONS

“ABSTRACCIÓN ETERNA” - JORGE RIVEROS AT THE PIERO ATCHUGARRY FOUNDATION IN MIAMI

In celebration of Riveros’ (Colombian) contributions to geometric abstraction in Latin America, the Foundation exhibits drawings, paintings, and sculptures in “Abstracción Eterna” (Eternal Abstraction), along with a never-before-done mural. Until August 28, the show features one of the most important living abstract geometric artists in Colombia.

“ABSTRACCIÓN ETERNA” - JORGE RIVEROS AT THE PIERO ATCHUGARRY FOUNDATION IN MIAMI

Francisco Medail en BAphoto 2017. Ph: Cortesía de BAphoto.

After six years of management, BAphoto announces that Francisco Medail is leaving his position as artistic director to continue his work as curatorial staff professional in the public cultural administration.

FRANCISCO MEDAIL CLOSES HIS CYCLE AS BAPHOTO ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

WINNERS OF THE PINTA GRANT FOR THE “ART CAREER TRANSFORMATION” PROGRAM

The Programme (ACT), founded by Francesca Bellini-Joseph, is an online platform that offers programmes focused on artistic careers. As part of its expansion, and in support of the Latin American artistic ecosystem, Pinta Art awarded three artists a grant to participate in the "Communicating Your Artistic Practice" program.

WINNERS OF THE PINTA GRANT FOR THE “ART CAREER TRANSFORMATION” PROGRAM

CURATORIAL OPEN CALLS AT TATE AMERICAS FOUNDATION

Tate announces open calls for two roles: Curator-at-Large, North American Art and Estrellita B Brodsky Adjunct Curator, Latin American art.

CURATORIAL OPEN CALLS AT TATE AMERICAS FOUNDATION

“CROSSING THE VILCANOTA” - A PERSPECTIVE ON PICTORIAL SYNCRETISM

Vigil Gonzales gallery in Peru presents, in its OVR (Online Viewing Room), a bi-personal exhibition by Serlián Barreto and Ernesto Gutiérrez Moya. It is the first in a series of exhibitions that focus on the production of Miami-based artists and curators.

“CROSSING THE VILCANOTA” - A PERSPECTIVE ON PICTORIAL SYNCRETISM

ON THE EDGE OF THE SUBCONSCIOUS, CRISIS EXHIBITS "INFINITY YEARS WILL NEVER KNOW"

CRISIS gallery, in Lima, exhibits the Peruvian artists Rafael Mayu Nolte (Lima, 1992) and Teté Leguía (Lima, 1995) in an exhibition that plays with the eclipsed, grazes the impenetrable and intertwines the mundane and corporal in a diaphanous conception.

By Mercedes Abella

ON THE EDGE OF THE SUBCONSCIOUS, CRISIS EXHIBITS "INFINITY YEARS WILL NEVER KNOW"

LYGIA PAPE’S EXHIBITION AT HAUSER & WIRTH REFLECTS ON THE TUPINAMBÁ SPIRIT

A significant Brazilian artist of her generation and a founding member of Brazil’s Neo-Concrete movement, Lygia Pape (1927 – 2004) favored the primacy of the viewer’s sensorial experience and its role in everyday life. Examining the artist’s unique reframing of geometry, abstraction and poetry, ‘Tupinambá’ is the first solo exhibition in Los Angeles dedicated to Pape’s work and is organized with Projeto Lygia Pape and Olivier Renaud-Clément. Central to the show will be the Tupinambá series, one of the artist’s final bodies of work, revealing her desire to create more immersive experiences beyond the conventional boundaries of life and art.

LYGIA PAPE’S EXHIBITION AT HAUSER & WIRTH REFLECTS ON THE TUPINAMBÁ SPIRIT

MoMA EXHIBITS ALEXANDER CALDER: MODERN FROM THE START

Drawn from MoMA’s collection and augmented with key loans from the Calder Foundation, the exhibition on view in the Sculpture Garden celebrates one of the most beloved artists of the 20th century and presents rarely seen works.

MoMA EXHIBITS ALEXANDER CALDER: MODERN FROM THE START